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My first video editing experience with KDEnlive

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In the old days I used to use Sony Screenblast Movie studio. When I recently went to make a video for my father-in-law’s birthday, I realized that it had been too long and my video editing program didn’t support the current codecs for either input or output.

Cinelerra, which I used to use on Linux, was OK…..but I wanted something better. So, given that I’m really into KDE now, I decided to try out KDEnlive for my next video.

I decided to see if KDEnlive supports the HD video produced by my Canon S100 because it would probably be the source of any videos I work on in the near future. So I created a test video and decided to create this mini-tutorial showing what I did.

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